The 2024 Grammy Award Nominations Are Here

las vegas, nevada april 03 sza winner of the best pop duo group performance award for kiss me more poses in the winners photo room during the 64th annual grammy awards at mgm grand garden arena on april 03, 2022 in las vegas, nevada photo by david beckergetty images for the recording academy
The 2024 Grammy Award Nominations Are HereDavid Becker

The highly-anticipated 2024 Grammy Award nominations have been revealed—and SZA is leading the pack with a whopping nine nominations. Following close behind is Phoebe Bridgers and Victoria Monét, who each boast seven nominations, and Taylor Swift, Olivia Rodrigo, Billie Eilish, and Miley Cyrus, who each hold six.

In addition to Swift’s overall 12 wins and 46 nominations, she also holds a Grammy record—her nomination for Song of the Year with “Anti-Hero” is her seventh in the category, the most held by any songwriter.

Music's biggest night will feature three new categories: Best African Music Performance, Best Alternative Jazz Album and Best Pop Dance Recording, an initiative set forth with the goal of making the awards process "more fair, transparent and accurate,” according to Recording Academy CEO Harvey Mason Jr.

Read on for the list of nominees and tune in to the 66th annual Grammy Awards on Sunday, February 4, 2024, on CBS and Paramount+.

Record of the Year

  • “Worship,” Jon Batiste

  • “Not Strong Enough,” Boygenius

  • “Flowers,” Miley Cyrus

  • “What Was I Made For?” from “Barbie,” Billie Eilish

  • “On My Mama,” Victoria Monét

  • “Vampire,” Olivia Rodrigo

  • “Anti-Hero,” Taylor Swift

  • “Kill Bill,” SZA

Album of the Year

  • “World Music Radio,” Jon Batiste

  • “The Record,” Boygenius

  • “Endless Summer Vacation,” Miley Cyrus

  • “Did You Know That There’s a Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd,” Lana Del Rey

  • “The Age of Pleasure,” Janelle Monáe

  • “Guts,” Olivia Rodrigo

  • “Midnights,” Taylor Swift

  • “SOS,” SZA

Song of the Year

  • “A&W” — Jack Antonoff, Lana Del Rey & Sam Dew, songwriters (Lana Del Rey)

  • “Anti-Hero” — Jack Antonoff & Taylor Swift, songwriters (Taylor Swift)

  • “Butterfly” — Jon Batiste & Dan Wilson, songwriters (Jon Batiste)

  • “Dance the Night” (From “Barbie the Album”) — Caroline Ailin, Dua Lipa, Mark Ronson & Andrew Wyatt, songwriters (Dua Lipa)

  • “Flowers” — Miley Cyrus, Gregory Aldae Hein & Michael Pollack, songwriters (Miley Cyrus)

  • “Kill Bill” — Rob Bisel, Carter Lang & Solána Rowe, songwriters (SZA)

  • “Vampire” — Daniel Nigro & Olivia Rodrigo, songwriters (Oliva Rodrigo)

  • “What Was I Made For?” [From the Motion Picture “Barbie”] — Billie Eilish O’Connell & Finneas O’Connell, songwriters (Billie Eilish)

Best New Artist

  • Gracie Abrams

  • Fred Again

  • Ice Spice

  • Jelly Roll

  • Coco Jones

  • Noah Kahan

  • Victoria Monét

  • The War and Treaty

Producer of The Year, Non-Classical

  • Jack Antonoff

  • Dernst “D’Mile” Emile II

  • Hit-Boy

  • Metro Boomin

  • Daniel Nigro

Songwriter of the Year, Non-Classical

  • Edgar Barrera

  • Jessie Jo Dillon

  • Shane McAnally

  • Theron Thomas

  • Justin Tranter

Best Pop Solo Performance

  • “Flowers,” Miley Cyrus

  • “Paint the Town Red,” Doja Cat

  • “What Was I Made For?” from “Barbie,” Billie Eilish

  • “Vampire,” Olivia Rodrigo

  • “Anti-Hero,” Taylor Swift

Best Pop Duo/Group Performance

  • “Thousand Miles,” Miley Cyrus featuring Brandi Carlile

  • “Candy Necklace,” Lana Del Rey featuring Jon Batiste

  • “Never Felt So Alone,” Labrinth featuring Billie Eilish

  • “Karma,” Taylor Swift featuring Ice Spice

  • “Ghost in the Machine,” SZA featuring Phoebe Bridgers

Best Pop Dance Recording

  • “Baby Don’t Hurt Me,” David Guetta, Anne-Marie and Coi Leray

  • “Miracle,” Calvin Harris featuring Ellie Goulding

  • “Padam Padam,” Kylie Minogue

  • “One in a Million,” Bebe Rexha & David Guetta

  • “Rush,” Troye Sivan

Best R&B Performance

  • “Summer Too Hot,” Chris Brown

  • “Back to Love,” Robert Glasper featuring SiR and Alex Isley

  • “ICU,” Coco Jones

  • “How Does It Make You Feel,” Victoria Monét

  • “Kill Bill,” SZA

Best R&B Album

  • “Girls Night Out,” Babyface

  • “What I Didn’t Tell You (Deluxe),” Coco Jones

  • “Special Occasion,” Emily King

  • “Jaguar II,” Victoria Monét

  • “Clear 2: Soft Life EP,” Summer Walker

Best R&B Song

  • Coco Jones – ICU

  • Halle – Angel

  • Robert Glasper ft. SiR & Alex Isley – Back to Love

  • SZA – Snooze

  • Victoria Monét – On My Mama

Best Melodic Rap Performance

  • “Sittin’ on Top of the World,” Burna Boy featuring 21 Savage

  • “Attention,” Doja Cat

  • “Spin Bout U,” Drake & 21 Savage

  • “All My Life,” Lil Durk featuring J. Cole

  • “Low,” SZA

Best Rap Performance

  • Baby Keem ft. Kendrick Lamar – The Hillbillies

  • Black Thought – Love Letter

  • Coi Leray – Players

  • Drake & 21 Savage – Rich Flex

  • Killer Mike ft. André 3000, Future, and Eryn Allen Kane – Scientists & Engineers

Best Rap Song

  • Doja Cat – Attention

  • Nicki Minaj & Ice Spice ft. Aqua – Barbie World

  • Lil Uzi Vert – Just Wanna Rock

  • Drake & 21 Savage – Rich Flex

  • Killer Mike ft. André 3000, Future, and Eryn Allen Kane – Scientists & Engineers

Best Rap Album

  • Drake & 21 Savage – Her Loss

  • Killer Mike – Michael

  • Metro Boomin – Heroes & Villains

  • Nas – King’s Disease III

  • Travis Scott – Utopia

Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media (Includes Film and Television)

  • “Barbie,” Mark Ronson and Andrew Wyatt, composers

  • “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever,” Ludwig Göransson, composer

  • “The Fabelmans,” John Williams, composer

  • “Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny,” John Williams, composer

  • “Oppenheimer,” Ludwig Göransson, composer

Best Song Written for Visual Media

  • “Barbie World” from “Barbie the Album,” Naija Gaston, Ephrem Louis Lopez Jr. and Onika Maraj, songwriters (Nicki Minaj and Ice Spice featuring Aqua)

  • “Dance the Night” from “Barbie the Album,” Caroline Ailin, Dua Lipa, Mark Ronson and Andrew Wyatt, songwriters (Dua Lipa)

  • “I’m Just Ken” from “Barbie the Album,” Mark Ronson and Andrew Wyatt, songwriters (Ryan Gosling)

  • “Lift Me Up” from “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever — Music From and Inspired By,” Ryan Coogler, Ludwig Göransson, Robyn Fenty and Temilade Openiyi, songwriters (Rihanna)

  • “What Was I Made For?” from “Barbie the Album,” Billie Eilish O’Connell and Finneas O’Connell, songwriters (Billie Eilish)

See the full list of nominees here.

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